courtesy of Jacksonville Racing Circuit
Friday we will look at the 7th, 8th, 10th, 11th, and 15th races.
Race 7 is an A 550 and we start off the weekend with a strong brother/sister duel. Advantage to the brother, as Dutch Buckeye is not only a better, strong and faster greyhound, he gets the rail too. If Dutch Amy gets loose early, she could make him work hard for the win. (1-7-3-4)
Race 8 is a C 550 race and the 2nd half of the Tri-Super. Normally a tough race, but two standouts here might make this one hittable. Braska Enos is a nice looking pup who is tearing up the racetrack so far, but he will have to deal with the big closing stakes veteran General Sherm at the finish. Battle time! (2-8-4-6)
Race 10 is an A 550 race featuring a red hot runner in his best box, the 4. LOL! I know it sounds weird, but you can't complain about 2 wins and a 2nd place effort in three starts. Playboy Joe is really firing on all clyinders now, but he will have to hold off the late threats of For The Win, and Lady Avery to win. (4-3-6-1)
Race 11 is an A 550 race where the old guard meet the new gladiator. Your springs eternal here as Flying Rocca has never missed the trifecta and that includes 4 wins in 7 trips. He can run with or without the lead, and is a closer too. He will have his hands full again though with the ever tough, Ru Tuff Enuf and the resurging Vanessa Rousso. (4-5-3-2)
Race 15 is an A 660 race, and the Orange Park Derby winner is looking for his 3rd straight win. Nicely posted in the 1 box, he just has to hit the lid again, and this race is his to lose. Running in the zone he is really the man right now over 660 yards, but against this tough field, he has to bring his best to win. (1-3-2-5)
Courtesy of GlobalGreyhounds.com